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Bahrain Asset Managers Association names first board.

Global Banking News-January 27, 2015--Bahrain Asset Managers Association names first board

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Global Banking News - 27 January 2015

The Bahrain Asset Managers Association (BAMA) has announced that it has named its first board.

The association has named Dr Ahmed Al Jawhary, CEO at J Equity Partners, as chairman, and Munther Al Kooheji, managing partner at Alpine Wealth Management, as vice chairman.

Appointees to the board were elected to serve for a three-year term. The five-member board will oversee the activities of the association and its efforts to help grow and promote the Kingdom's dynamic asset management industry.

Dr Ahmed Al Jawhary said, 'On behalf of the founders of the Association, we are delighted to announce our first board of directors. These are industry veterans who have helped pioneer the growth and development of the sector in Bahrain and whose experience and contributions span the regional and international markets. With the support of our founding members and the Central Bank of Bahrain, we have established an organisation that aims to play an active role in shaping the future of the asset management industry through collaboration, consultation and the representation of our members on a local, regional and international basis.'

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